10.19.2008 09:14 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
CamSnap ID-System Identifier helps identify cables quickly

CamSnap ID-System Identifier is a system of plastic clip-on labels, which quickly identifies the system connected, for use with wires, cables, lines, hoses and other linear system components. The labels are color-coded to identify a component and indicate the point of hookup. The CamSnap aids the user in reconnecting any cable, wire or hose without fear of error. It presents a non-conductive, non-corrosive material and poses no electrical hazard to the user. The flat labeling surface is at the top with the bottom of the tube slightly open, enough to snap on depending on the inside diameter. The surface is sufficient to either write in or type an adhesive label with the instructions of which goes where.

To apply the CamSnap to a cable or hose, users simply align the labeling surface lengthwise along the cable, then press down, snapping the device into place. The diameters include 1/8in, 1/4in, 3/8in, 1/2in, 5/8in, 3/4in, 1in, 1 1/4in and 2in. The system is manufactured in a variety of colors for color-coding purposes.

For more information, e-mail advent@adventproduct.net.



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